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Ordoubadi, Jorgensen, Sorensen and Andres Sentenced


All were sentenced in relation to the submissions of health care claims to TRICARE (formerly CHAMPUS), Medicare, and private insurance companies.

Dr. Peter W. Jannace Charged


Dr. Peter W. Jannace charged with mail fraud, health care fraud and submitting false claims.

Samiha Mitwally Pleads Guilty


Mitwally pled guilty to devising a scheme, starting in 1997, where her companies would receive small dollar purchase order contracts from various DoD medical centers and hospitals.

Health Risk Assessment Consultation


Human Exposure Assessment and Health Risk Characterization in aupport of the Environmental Exposure Report "Depleted Uranium in the Gulf" of the Office of the Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Gulf War Illnesses, Medical Readiness and Military Deployments

Lannes Neil Johnson Sentenced


Lannes Neil Johnson was sentenced to three years probation and a special assessment fee of $50 for conspiring to submit false claims.

New England Health Associates Settles


New England Health Associates, Incorporated (NEHA) agreed to pay $493,465 to settle allegations under the False Claims Act that NEHA submitted, or caused to be submitted, false claims to Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE.

Settlement Reached with Douglas Colkitt


The investigation of Equimed, Inc. was for alleged healthcare fraud in the radiation oncology field.

Stephen Scott McLemore Sentenced


McLemore pled guilty to onecount of filing false claims to the U.S. Government on February 14, 2000.

Joel L Lang Pleads Guilty to Mail Fraud


Dr. Joel J. Lang, Podiatrist,pled guilty to one of count mail fraud relating to the submission of fraudulent health care billings.

John A. Campa III Indicted


Campa indicted for allegedly making false statements in connection wit ha health care matter, health care fraud and mail fraud.

Arthritis Pain Center Sentenced


Company sentenced to 2 years probation, fined $10,000, ordered to pay a $400 special assessment, and ordered to make restitution to Medicare, TRICARE, and private insurance companies in the amount of $50,000.

P&T Meeting - August 2000

Meeting Reference

Minutes for the DoD P&T Committee Meeting from August 2000

Samir Najjar Pleads Guilty


Dr. Samir Najjar, M.D., pled guilty to a one count of making a false statement to the U.S. Government in connection with TRICARE.

Frances Carr Casper Sentenced


Casper previously pled guilty on May 17, 2000, to a criminal information charging her with conspiracy to commit health care fraud.

Nasser Ordoubadi Pleas Guilty


Nasser Ordoubadi M.D. entered a guilty plea to two counts of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and mail fraud.

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Last Updated: April 03, 2020
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